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with temperatures dipping in the 20s curtailed some of the events. carol kennedy serving in japan as u.s. ambassador, many leaving origami cranes. >>> secretary of state john kerry is set to continue negotiations in talks with iran over nuclear energy. >>> typhoon haiyan is the deadliest disaster to ever hit the country. 1600 people are still missing. "real money with ali velshi" is next on al jazeera. >> where the jobs are, i'll show you in american cities where hiring is hot. coal is falling to a loss. is it a bargain. plus is toys r us toast. the make or break for the largest toy store chain in the world. i'll ali velshi, and this is "real money." this is "real money." you are the most important part righof the show. join us. job creation has gotten a jolt with job openings and over all hires climbing to a five-year high. i use the word jolt for a reason. it's job open labor report. that's 8.6% higher job openings. this jolt report is important because it's a piece of data that is favored by janet yellen. apparently she likes it because it sheds light on the dynamics behind the more familiar mont
by tweeting me at ali velshi and at ajrealmoney. here to help us is our good ryan is a financial adviser and ceo of optimum capital management. he joins me now. i want to pick up where i left off. asset companies behave differently. they all do different things under the same circumstances which is why i think too many people think of the stock market as on or off, in or out. >> right. you have unsystemic risks, and systemic risks. you can't get rid of systemic risks, but you can diversify away unsystematic risk. so if one stock goes up, you might want to decrease your exposure to that, or if you say i like the low-interest rate environment and the emerging market, so i might want to increase allocation to that. it really tolerance. >> risk tolerance, there are a million ways to get it. i still find that people will find out that they are moderate risk, but then they will want to back up the truck and invest in a hot ipo. >> if you ride it down -- you don't invest according to a motion. you invest according to a plan. a lot of individuals as you said earlier, 16,000 on the dow, 1800 for
is falling to a loss. is it a bargain. plus is toys r us toast. the make or break for the largest toy store chain in the world. i'll ali velshi, and this is "real money." this is "real money." you are the most important part righ of the show. join us. job creation has gotten a jolt with job openings and over all hires climbing to a five-year high. i use the word jolt for a reason. it's job open labor report. that's 8.6% higher job openings. this jolt report is important because it's a piece of data that is favor ed by janet yellen. apparently she likes it because it sheds light on the dynamics behind the more familiar monthly jobs report. that same jolt report, that was job openings, shows the number of hires rising to 8.7% increase from last year. with the private sector leading the way, of course. now apparently employers had been feeling pretty confident about the consumer demand. this is in september. thus they were willing to invest and expand and hire more people to accommodate that optimism. since then we've seen consumer confidence come down fueled by the damaging 16-day government
's needed the most. this is where international assistance is coming in, especially from the u.s., but also from the european union and many other countries in the world. there has been an outpouring of generosity directed at the philippines. we know the first world food program cargo has already left from malaysia. that should be arriving imminently in this country. this is a situation that is not without controversy. there have been some reports of widespread looting and there have been some accusations that the government has not done enough to really clamp down on that looting. some have been suggesting that there should even be marshal law in some of the affected areas and there has been talk of a state of emergency. the president said that the first priority is to deliver aid to the people who need it the most. this is what he had to say. >> and also for those that have been confirmed killed, that is a concern. we have a need for those who are living, those who are injured, the need for footd and the need for water. >> there seems to be a lack of visibility on the exact number of fata
>>> hello. welcome to "worldwide exchange." i'm ross westgate. the headlines today, u.s. treasury secretary jack lew tells cnbc he needs to see more specifics on china's economic blueprint and that market reforms must further. >>> jobless data in 30 minutes, will they underline an improving employment picture for the uk and prompt the bank of england to signal an earlier core inflation report? >>> the russians are drinking less, according to carlsberg. shares fall as the brewing giant lowers forecasts after missing expectations in the third quarter. >>> and the ceo tells cnbc he sees smoother sailing next year. shares up boosted by the forecast beating revenue figures. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange," bringing you business news from around the globe. all right. welcome to the program. plenty to get through today. so on today's program, as some of italy's biggest luxury brands report third quarter earnings, we'll speak exclusively with the high-endmaker moleskin. >>> the french economy is expected to show pick up in the final months of the year, we'll be joined b
and several others injured. >>> the leader of the taliban in pakistan was was killed. the u.s. had a $5 million budget on his head. he was killed after attending a gathering of 25 taliban leaders who were discussing the pakistani government's offer of talks. >>> president obama said he and iraqi prime minister nouri nouri al-maliki discusse discuss havew they can fight the rising iraqi violence. >>> secretary of state john kerry has talked more about transparency and those are your storiestopstories. "real money with ali velshi" is next. >> let the discounting begin. retailers are desperate to fatten up sales because holiday sales are looking way too lean. why one expert said the consumer landscape is the land of mediocrity. i'm ali velshi, and this is real mone"real money." er >> this is real money. you are the most important part of the show. join us on twitter @aj real money. holiday discounts are here and we're barely into november. even though we have two months to go to buy gifts for christmas, retailers are not starting early just to annoy us. they're genuinely require worrit the
.com/nbr. >>> clear for take off, american and u.s. airways settle anti-trust charges and will merge to become the world's largest airline. >>> healthy, new guidelines from the american heart association on the use of stat tants. will it be a game changer? >> happy holidays ahead? reports of earnings over the next couple weeks with a look at the strength of the consumer. that and more for "nightly business report" for tuesday, november 12th. >>> good evening everyone. i'm sue herrera in for system susie gharib. >> i'm tyler mathisen. welcome. the world's biggest airline is about to take off, they settled anti trust charges planning a merger for american airlines and u.s. airways but not before resting concessions aimed as protecting the consumer and making sure the new airline won't be too big. shares of u.s. airways ended about 1% higher, shares of american airlines that began trading on exchange after bankruptcy shot up 26%. let's take a look at what the changes may be in store at the combined airlines and what it means for travelers and investors. >> reporter: with more than 6700 flight as
used to make a significant part of their business in iran and had up to a 40% share in that country. that is, indeed, very good news for the french car maker. i'm not sure that's the positive market change today reflecting the possible departure of the current ceo. it's reflecting the fact that the negotiations with dong phen are going on. they are likely to enrich the deal. they have requested a management reshuffle as part of the deal. also the ceo is facing increasing pressure from the peugot family. there's no question that the peugot family wants a change. the former chief operating officer of rono is about to join them. he could be the first in line to become the first in line to be the ceo of the company. now as part of the plan the risk part of the package for peugot would involve 4 billion capital. 3 billion from dongfeng and from the french state. all of this has not been officially confirmed yet. >> stefan, thanks for that. that's the latest out of france from the automakers. >>> take a look at where we are with bond rates. we actually saw a fall. on that 2.75% yield is w
the whole sector until they mature a little bit. rather be late and make money or be early and to use a lot. adam: i think that device shows that those who wait could have better gains. thank you very much. lori: now that has been trading a couple hours have to the underwriters feel? we will bring it in charlie gasparino. it suggests that money was left on the table? >> they were shooting at a $40 for the open but the looking at the intraday charge is interesting because it suggested opened at 45 but it really all bin dash 499 it has been down ever since. the underwriters want the price any retail or average investor that said this is playing with fire because you will not get a 45 or definitely not at 27 or 26 per you will get it at 48 and it is straight down ever since. that is the problem with the average investor playing the ipo game. i will say it again for the opening printed is important because that is what the little guy is stuck with and you don't get any shares but we should point out the amount of shares is outstanding is so small. that is a problem i think the underwriters did
. news today. a huge deal with netflix. a lot to discuss there. join us for bob iger coming up. >>> let's show you what's happening, though, on wall street. it's been a down day despite the twitter hoof la. down 104 points. was down 138 at the low of the session about 30 minutes ago. right now at 15,642. that's a .66% decline. look at the nasdaq down a percent and a half. it was down 66 points at the low. down 58 right now at 3873. high profile technology stocks taking it on the chin. 1755 has been considered a support level for the s&p. we're below that today. they're watching that very carefully. and bob pisani, of course, you're watching that as well. but i have to give you kudos. a great job this morning on the open on twitter. we were all glued watching you as you were waiting for that first trade to take place. >> thank you, bill. it's not just get for the nyse but good for overall market sentiment to have a smooth opening of such a big name. i'm a little more concerned with what's going on with the overall markets. put up the full screen. twitter is having a great day at $48. it'
, nicole. connell: 82,000 is capacity at metlife stadium as a use that illustration to talk about obamacare and this fiasco. the numbers that are out show you can only 40,000-50,000 people have actually enrolled as of last week. well below the administration target, which was 500,000 people. dagen: half a million people. steve forbes here to make sense of all of this. chairman of forbes media. ready to weigh in. do these numbers surprise you, steve, at all? >> no. even those numbers are slightly exaggerated. the reports that it is the equivalent if you put your policy in effect in the card but you haven't bought it, they're counting it as a sale and the private sector cannot do that. so even those numbers are exaggerated and that is why the administration is going to have a big push to expand medicare as a way of getting around the exchange snafu. connell: no way they're getting toward the 7 million this spring. >> they're going to have to do something. the way they're going to do it is medicare. those that have not signed up for expanding medicare are being inhumane by not doing it, so the
in tears in the long run. join us for that at 11:45 cet. if you have any thoughts, questions, comments, anything about the show, e-mail us worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> fed chairman ben bernanke says the central bank is committed to its easing monetary policy for as long as necessary. that could mean holding rates near zero until well after u.s. unemployment falls below the threshold of 6.5%. bernanke says the wall street economy has made significant process. it's still far from where officials want it to be. >> i agree with the sentiment expressed by my colleague, janet yellen expressed last week that the surest path to monetary policy is to do all we can to promote a morrow bust policy. the fomc remains committed to maintain a highly accommodative policy for as long as needed. >> the fed decided in september and october to maintain asset purchases of $85 million a month. bernanke says they want evidence of durable growth before scaling back that program. as for what life after the fed may hold, he may follow alan greenspan's path by writing books and following the speaking circuit. when it
. that was janet yellen yesterday. joining us now is brittany jones from wrathbone. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> quantitative easing can't continue indefinitely, but presumably it's going to continue for long enough, isn't it? >> yeah. obviously, they highlighted the -- bernanke highlighted tapering could start in september. that was taken off the table. now it's talking about more taper. but we've got to remember that for tapering doesn't necessarily mean the end of qe. they can still taper. >> this is what the fed wants to get out of the way. then start pricing in tightening because of the fed's dilemma. >> i think they're going to change some of the hurdles. we've seen it from the bank of england. we've had the unemployment rate and suddenly the bank of england's forward guidance might change. the i think the fed will do the same. so it will possibly bring the unemployment target down. they will say they won't raise rates if inflation is below a certain level. tapering and the end of qe does not necessarily mean the end of zero rates, as well. >> does the ten-year range trade betw
card. >> she doesn't use them. >> i put them in a drawer. it is never to be seen again. let's check where we stand as we approach this final stretch on wall street. dow jones industrial average in rally mode, thank you very much. triple digit move. up 102 points. 16,003 last friday. nasdaq composite also doing well. almost 50 points higher. the s&p 500, also very strong today. very broad based move. we are at the highs right now. >> i know which drawer to go to in your desk. >> i got a whole bunch of gift cards. joining us now on our "closing bell exchange" to talk more about investing, heather hughes from sunamerica. john doyle. keith fitzgerald. good to see everybody. thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you. >> john, let me kick it off with you. would you buy into this rally right here? very strong day. broad based rally. you want to put new money to work? you think this goes higher going into year end? >> i think the fed has been giving us a little mixed signal. i think moving forward we're going to be looking at a very accommodative environment for a number of months. we
economic reforms. the anticipated meeting happens behind closed doors, but eunice will give us a preview at 10:15 cet. >>> in a bid to boost finances and dial into the brazilian market, our guest says people might be overlooking the fact that there is still quite a lot of potential in italy. that's coming up in half an hour. >>> plus, could shale gas energize the fuel industry? we'll be joined by a strong advocate of the technology, the so-called fact master. >>> and at 11:20 cet, we'll be joined by the founder of good night to talk about the massive opportunity he thinks is presented by big data, created by the continued growth of digital. as i mentioned, that's not enough. yes, folks, it is jobs friday stateside. government shutdown expecting to make the report one of the weakest of the year. we'll preview the employment numberes and how the fed is going to reaction to it. that's coming at 11:30 cet. as ever, if you've got any thoughts, comments or questions, we would love to hear from you. e-mail us, worldwide@cnbc.com. >>> but first, the s&p has downgraded france's credit rating for
much. want to talk about this melt-up that continues. joining us right now to talk more about markets, brian, nath nathan, michele perry higgins author "the everything binder." thank you for joining us. >> thank you. michelle, let me kick it off with you. talk to us about who is buying this market. got a market at an all-time high tonight. 70 points higher on dow jones industrial average. is this institutional or retail or both? >> i think it's a little of both, maria. the retail side, they've had a confusing year, as you look at what's going on right now. we've seen historical highs on equities, our fixed income, alternative space not such a great year. i have those retailers on the sidelines who are wanting to jump in right now and are excited to jump in. they think they might have missed the party. but i would say be very cautious. >> yeah. i mean, we talked to the ceo of schwab, nathan, this week, and he basically said, i'm not seeing it? i'm not seeing the individual investor back in this market. what do you think? >> i agree with you. i won't see it either. it's not like people
willis report." thank you for joining us. have a good night and a great weekend. thank you. ♪ lou: there is a rebellion under way in the democratic party and the president's slide to the public that they could keep their health insurance if they elected is to blame. democrats defying president obama today. they voted with republicans to assure americans can restore their previously canceled plans. i am lou dobbs. ♪ good evening, everybody. president obama vows to veto the bill and democrats eager to put distance between themselves and that failed rollout of obamacare paid little attention. the 39 house democrats lined up with the republican colleagues to pass the keep your plan bill. legislation put forward by house energy and commerce committee chairman congressman fred upton that would allow insurance companies to restore the policies to millions of americans who have been canceled because of obamacare regulations democrats voted with republicans despite the president's veto threats just one day after the president's so-called fix was panned by numerous congressional democrats
, very flat close for u.s. equity markets last night. the nasdaq closing above 4,000. so the ftse at the moment, this morning, is just up 14 points. the xetra dax is up 13 points. but we're back at this all-time high, level above 9,3 let you know. cac 40 is up 0.11% and the ftse mib up 0.5%. a number of individual stocks worth looking at this morning. let's kick off with accor. stock down 3% at the moment. the company essentially coming out and saying, look, we're going to split ourselves into two bess. one that's going to be running hotels and the other one we will keep holding lease holds on that, as well. so hotel services and hotel owner, essentially. the first big move really by the new appointed ceo sebastian basan who brought in the previous chief executive back. we'll get more on this with the analyst around 15 minutes time. vivendi is up 2.5% at the moment, approving plans to spin off its french telecom business. the focus on just a handful of media assets. it's named the french industrial as the eventual chairman of the group. and the best performs, aker solutions, up 12
that we have ourselves on which we base our budget and it just confirms the need for us to push forward some of these reforms so we can get bigger and better growth figures. of course, you know, the other two rating agencies have only recently confirmed the aaa status for the netherlands and now s&p has downgraded us to aa plus. i'm disappointed by that fact. >> s&p, though, had better news for cypress. it raised the country's sovereign credit rating to b minus/b. adding that the nation's external position was improving. we'll be joined by s&p's chief sovereign ratings offer at 10:15 cet. >>> now, we have helga. let's kick off on your views of the dutch economy. the outlook is stable. how much pressure are they under? >> they are under a bit of pressure. the economy has been in a recession early this year. the government ought to deliver some further reforms. the government ought to find ways to make sure that the dutch economy is no longer prone to boom-bust cycles. all in all, it's a pretty solid economy still. >> yeah. at the end of the day, they're only one notch below germany, to p
. >>> all right. a warm welcome. we're into the two-hour "worldwide exchange" again after the u.s. changed their clocks over the weekend. now, a lot of earnings out today. details out in a minute. nissan shares taking a big fall in japan today. the automaker cutting its profits down by 20% because of weak sales in asia. we'll get the details in around 10 minutes. helia is in london for a first on cnbc interview with the owner of imperial tobacco. we'll get more at 10:20 cet. >>> and in new york, the year-long mayoral race draws to a close as voters head to the polls today. about front-runner bill deblasio score a victory or is a last-minute upset on the cards? >>> plus, we'll speak to the italian finance minister about his vision for the future of europe. that's at 11:40 cet. and if that's not enough, we're on track -- or are we on track for an equity meltdown? we'll be in philadelphia to discuss the growing fears of an equity bubble. that interview, coming up. but first we start with a big focus on earnings here in europe. here are all the stocks in focus. marks & spencer today up 11.9%,
in this morning. in just a few minutes, we've got john harwood. he'll join us to go through the politics on this and some of the realities on how it can possibly work. in the meantime, let's send it over to andrew. >> we have a lot of corporate news this morning. kimberly clark announcing its board of directors authorizing its management team to pursue a potential tax free spin-off of the health care business which has $1.6 billion in sales. take a look at shares of the consumer products giant closing at an all-time high yesterday. we're going to talk to the company's ceo tom falk at 7:30 a.m. eastern time this morning. the play station 4 officially now on sale, a little over six hours ago that gamers were able to get their hands on sony's new game console. the price tag, $399. we're going to have a product review of what it is and what it means. it's 6:30 a.m. eastern time. and we're getting a peek into the portfolios of some of the world's biggest investors. warren buffett, snapping up stake in exxon. at yesterday's closing price of $93.22, that stake is valued at $3.74 billion. and a
failed to build record highs on u.s. markets while ecb board members tell cnbc the ecb has options left to spur a recovery. >> negative deposit rate is a possibility. we have been clear already for months ago that some has been discussed technically investigated, legally investigated. now, that said, that's only one instrument in the tool belt. >> the protests in bangkok gathered steam as demonstrators defined new security laws and surround key government limits in a bid to top trillion government. >>> a boost for investors, the spanish oilmaker strikes a deal with argentina over a price for the stake in ybs in 2012. >>> and shipping into gear, crisis as it intend toss lift shares on the new york stock exchanges. the automaker's ipo plans will likely be delayed until sometime next year. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange" bringing you business news from around the globe. >> announcer: you're watching >>> hello "worldwide exchange" bringing on today's show, we're joined sclus you business news from around ively by the the globe. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exc
. >> perfectly every time. >> yes. >> you don't have to do anything. >> i'm like a gourmet chef when i use this. >> i know. >> it gives you all the tips. >> o.k., so... >> great, great. >> look at all of it... >>e' got some lobster. >> lobster. >> some shrimp. >> t-bone steak. >> steak. >> lamb chops. >> mmm, and... >> look at the, the vegetable medley. >> those are beautiful. >> this is a family favorite. i know your family loves this one too. >> oh, for sure. >> salmon, lemon pepper salmon. >> oh, isn't that beautiful? >> you know what? you made saon and asparagus for me in the first show. >> yes, i did. >> and i'm doing it for you in this show. >> yay, i get to taste! >> fla a littlbit off there just so we can see it. >> all right, let's do that. look at that. iust followed the instructions... >> wow... oh... >> oh! [laughs] >> that's my piece. >> wait, i want a fork too! >> mmm... >> it's the nuwave oven. you talk about healthy. >> all right, now we're gonna move on to dessert... >> it's about time. >> which he right here. >> yup. >> cookies are one of my favorite things to make for desser
the blackberry devices. but who's buying them at this point besides us? if you have one, is it time to give it up? never. >> i don't want to give mine up. >> from my cold dead hands you'll take it. >> i did switch to the iphone, you the by still rely on my blackberry. isn't that amazing? >> absolutely. >> i have both but i wish i could keep it, really. at least they've got us. rooting for them. to stay strong. a new cnbc poll shows investors are not sold on twitter as a stock that is -- especially the young people who use twitter the most. we thought that was interesting. so, why did the company just dramatically increase its ipo pricing range today? take a closer look. ahead of the big deal coming to market this wooeleek. should you buy it when it comes to market thursday? >> google outraged it may have been spied upon by the nsa. but someone -- one of our guests is asking isn't that what google does to its users? is that a fair comparison so make? after all, google does have a user agreement. people accept it. nsa doesn't have a user agreement i know of but we have both
. >> richard, thank you so much for being here. that does it for us today. join us tomorrow. right now it's time for "squawk on the street." ♪ one day more >> we are one day away from twitter's debut. welcome to "squawk on the street." i'm carl quintanilla with jim cramer and david faber at the new york stock exchange. futures have a decent tone, despite some stocks that will struggle at the open, like abercrombie, like tesla. and europe got a boost from a blowout number out of manufacturing out of germany this morning. twitter set to price tonight, begin trading tomorrow. right behind us here at post nine. >> tesla shares, they're skidding today after vehicles delivered missed expectations. earnings and revenues did come in ahead of consensus. >> abercrombie and finch posting a seventh consecutive quarterly drop in guidance. >> our guest says he knows who the next microsoft ceo will be. >> and twitter will expect it sell 70 million shares between $23 and $25 each. tune in tomorrow for our special coverage of the wall street debut on twitter. it is above the fold today for "usa today,"
the race with over 100 billion dollars in deals. >> we do it when our customers ask us, but it was a big first day. we're not greedy. we'll see how the rest of the show pans out. >> i prefer to build airplanes and deliver them out this decade. >>> shares in aberdeen so i remembers as the firm becomes the biggest asset manager. >> announcer: you're watching "worldwide exchange" bringing you business news from around the globe. >>> and a very good morning to you and evening to you if you're watching in asia. going to kick off the show, all about china growth. marginally beat expectations, 7.8% in the third quarter beat by the old china. the challenge for the country is whether it can change its economy to one driven by consumption. it was mapped out by the country's leaders on friday. some of the sweeping reforms included relaxing the one child policy, introducing welfare system reforms to help free movement of labor and encourage urbanization plus stepping up financial reforms to let market forces play a greater role. for more on the changes and controversial one child policy, eunice eun
to a higher power to keep them safe. >> forgive us our trespasses. >> reporter: a scene that played out sunday with dozens of twisters tearing through the region cars were crushed and homes flattened and in illinois neighborhoods were blown away in a matter of minutes. >> it was gone within 3-4 minutes and you see what it has done here, just everything. >> our two vehicles sitting across in the field over there one was in the garage. >> reporter: twisters recorded on dash cam went through indiana leaving destruction in the wake and included flipping the car and not sparing the "starbucks" in front of it or the dozens of homes and areas like boone country. >> i saw debris coming towards us and i went inside and hut the door and seconds later they told us to get down and the roof caved in. >> reporter: the severe system which fueled the tornados spread across 7 states, effecting more than 50 million people. >> we may need to take shelter right now ourselves. >> yes, we do. >> reporter: not even those covering the storms were immune from the impact, with many roads impassible as night f
for hundreds of residents standing in front of debris where they used to live. >> it's just hard to believe. it's almost like can i wake up now? it's almost like a nightmare. >> reporter: on monday survivors of sunday's tornados and heavy storms which ravaged communities in 12 states returned to washington, illinois to scrape up what they could and figure out what is next. >> my neighbor found my daughter's journal she kept as a kid. so we will be looking for bits and pieces today. >> reporter: the five-mile wide twister that cut through washington is dozens reported in illinois slamming into dozens of communities like where an elderly brother and sitter were killed and relatives are coping with the loss of their home and that of their loved ones. >> we were planning on a thanksgiving down here and amy bought the turkey and uncle joe was going to fry a turkey down here and all looking forward to that. >> reporter: the southern illinois city of brook port suffered its share of loss as well, 50 homes were levelled or gone entirely. and an effort all night search and rescue of three fatalities a
>>> the u.s. supreme court refuses to block the strict texas abortion law. opponents say it will prevent clinics in the state from performing the procedure. a ban on late term abortions is defeated in new mexico's largest city. voters in albuquerque rejected the measure closely watched as a front in the national abortion battle >> calling it a message of blood and death to iran and hezbollah. an al qaeda group taking responsibility for the suicide bombing in beirut. the blast killing 23 people, including a senior irani doipt. >> and desperately needed aid arrives on an island in the philippines where 80% of the people have been left homeless by typhoon haiyan. >> good morning, and welcome to al jazeera america, i'm stephanie sy. two decisions in the battle over abortion rights - both with major implications. the supreme court ruled against blocking a restrictive abortion law in texas - at least while it's being repeople. a third of the clinics will have to stay closed. in new mexico voters in albuquerque reject a ban on late-term abortion. in texas - it was a plea to the
really wants to test 1800. it took 1800 on the s&p. it took us right there to 1798. you can feel the excitement, can you feel the momentum building, right? it wants to at least test it and see whether or not we're hitting real resistance. after the testimony yesterday, people are now -- bob said, it you said it, people are sure nothing is happening well into 2014. rates are low. this is the game in town. time to get in and stay in. >> stephanie, is that what you want to do here despite the big move upwards in the last six months? >> we have been putting money in over the last couple of months, but i think you definitely want to take profits when you have them. this week we sold some ford, we sold om aig, we sold a couple of different positions we made money in. but i do think whether or not the market goes higher, i think you'll continue to see a rotation into groups that benefit from the eventual taper. i actually think we'll see a taper some time in the first quarter because i think the economic data has been okay. and i think it's going to get better. it really -- we didn't re
will know about it premiums go through the roofntil after the election. this is to use any necessary tools to keep the program afloat jay carney scoffed at that charge. >> we are doing this because it makes sense for insurers to have as clear and information as they need before next year. and so the administration also reveed annther smaller delay andfor those who are covered on january 1, it has been pushed from december 152 december 23. meanwhile, new questions abo whether the president can keep anothee promise that he made to sell the lot. >> if you like your plan, and you like your doctor, you won't have to do a thing. you can keep your plan and you can keep your doctor. >> doctors cease being cut before the affordable care act and acceleration of that now is sparking fears in the white house as a promise that is not so ironclad. >> that was true bere the aca and after the aca because they build upon thisprivate insurance system. under the health care law that continues. >> that raises questions as to why he made this promise. >> as the owner of private practice, i am a small business
this weekend. that's 11 1% more than last year. we have the chief merchandising officer at toys r us. then we'll be joined from tyson's corner, a huge mall in virginia. bobby kotick will be join onning us on air. electronic items are expected to be a big seller this year especially with the launch of the xbox and the new play station consoles. coming up in the next hour, we have terry lundgren. and at 8:40 this morning, the ceo of brooks brothers. we have a packed line upof guests ready to giving us a look at the american consumer. we start with dana telsey this morning. we have heard a lot of stories about some expecting disappointment, some maybe not great retail numbers. but what do you really think is going to happen this holiday season? >> i think it's the season of insurgency. we have six fewers days between thanksgiving and christmas. look at the season started earlier than it ever did before. there are items out there for people to want, whether it's accessories and hand bags and watches. certainly electronics with all the new tablets out there. so overall, it should be a 3% to 3.5% t
could he be right again this time? adam: cash crunch at the u.s. post office, we know money is tight, but how bad are things today? we will ask the man in charge. postmaster general and ceo of the u.s. postal service joins us in an interview you will only see here on fox business. lori: it is a basketball court, no, a soccer field? an up close look at state-of-the-art stadium and big bucks behind stores, sports arenas all across the country. adam: we are seeing some solid gains on wall street, are we getting some moment, with what is happening tomorrow with twitter? nicole: that stadium looks cool. the stock market looks pretty good. we are waiting on twitter. the dow jones industrials up 97 points at the moment up more than a half of 1%. as we hit new record all-time highs. right now down, tech heavy nasdaq down and the s&p 500-1767, a gain of one quarter of 1%. the momentum remains to the upside. tomorrow we are hearing a lot of momentum. i don't want to miss it, talk about it. 4.5%, $179 per share even now. it really is a standout as far as retailers. abercrombie and fitc
hope you stay with us. straight to the floor of the new york stock exchange and nicole petallides. stocks, bouncing back here after yesterday's sharp declines. >> right. we're see you now that the dow is up about 88 points here at the moment at 15,682. nasdaq and s&p holding up nice gains. nasdaq nice move but still down for the week up 1.4%. we got in the monthly jobs report, but first seemed like good news but you knew the labor participation rate is still at lows we haven't seen since 1978. here is a one-week chart for you as the dow and s&p working here to squeeze out gains for the week. we'll see whether or not they actually do that. we'll see if they actually gain the risks of snapping a fourth straight weeks of gains for the s&p 500. for the dow it will extend the to five straight weeks of gains. as i noted the nasdaq still on track for a little bit of weakness for this week overall. down about .2% to the downside. that is what we're looking at big picture. the job reports moved several sectors. insurance and financials were moving well. you had homebuilders going back. bac
given us longer bull runs. the one in the 1990s gaining 4000% before the tech bubble must early 2,000. still the average bull rally, is five years which means this is running longer than most. does the stock market still have room to run or is it setting up for a big correction? jim lowell managing $726 billion, jim, good to see both of you, jim lowell, let me start with you. just because the market is up 25%, just because the market is up 161% since march of 2009, is that a reason for my viewers to be concerned about their investments? >> no, it's not. but if it's the only reason you're thinking of investing in this market is because it is up, i recommend that you step to the side and reconsider what you mean by investing an how you few yourself as an investor. the reality is peak markets, in trough market there is are always key opportunities. the key is to figure out the find of managers, the track records that body well for these kinds of conditions. the reality is that the global market especially as you look at europe and the emerging markets, they have not been as robust as
investigators using administrative documents saying only six people enrolled in the first day, a few hundred people in the first two or three days. the administration says those numbers are not reliable and refused to give numbers of their own and says this week's they will do so. when it comes to setting up healthcare.gov, the government should have left this one to the private sector. >> i would drag this out of the white house, i would have an ongoing task force. i would have one person in charge of it and i would meet every day to make sure they are getting this straight because the president's trust on this program is really going to be dependent on his ability to fix it, and they have said they want to fix it by the end of november but i think that is going to be tough. >rich: the administration refuss to say what they they will release the numbers, only to say it will come this week. on wednesday house oversight and reform committee will host a hearing and they want information technology chief on. he says he cannot go that day because he is too busy fixing the website. a bit of an ar
bard as the first ever heard of commerce. twitter could use information about users's location and interest to offer products ordeals. the big leap will come whenç twitter allows users to link a credit card to their account for one click purchases within twitter. you can say buy a pizza from papa johns or donate to the red cross. this would allow hotels to offer empty rooms and concerts to sell tickets and restaurants to sale tables. >> advertisers could make it easier for people to chance act. that could be another one. that e again, needs a larger base and i think, you know, that needs to be developed. >> this would be a stream line version of twitter and the sink partnership that links credit cards to profiles. twitter could also partner with companies like ebay, etsy or amazon to link accounts without inputting new credit card information. commerce isn't the only way we expect twitter to branch out the the ease i way to ramp up revenue is overseas. 3/4ths of the traffic was international but generated a third of the company's revenue. >> the biggest opportunity right now
>> good morning. i'm becky quick along with joe kernen. andrew ross sorkin will be joining us in the next hour. coming up around 8:00 eastern time today, andrew will kick off the headliner with barely diller. catch it right here on "squawk box." our guest host this morning on 11-12-13, dennis gartman pointed out that it's 2:15 today in military time it will be 11-12-1314:15.16. first, let's get you up to speed on the morning's headlines. an experimental glaxosmithkline hard drug has missed its main goal in a major clinical late stage study. it was designed to prevent heart attacks and strokes in a completely different way from cholesterol lowering drugs by targeting an enzyme. >>> the latest legal battle between amppple and samsung begs today. a federal jury awarded apple about $1 billion earlier this year, but the judge tossed out $400 million in damages and ordered a new jury to recalculate damages for 13 samsung products that have been found to be infringing apple's patent. >>> in other technology news, "the wall street journal" reports that google's motorola unit is expect
u.s. airways reported with amr making the largest carrier, usair weighs down 8%. the amr stock was five letters, not one we follow closely but a huge pot and the rest of the airline worth noting ahead of 52 week highs named by jetblue and southwest airlines, we have seen a lot of airlines doing well today. we can seize a noted u.s. airways pulling back the 1.9% united continental and jetblue up 4%. let's look at major market averages, the vix, the index to the upside, the dollar higher, dow jones industrials moving records, record close yesterday, the 35record close for the dow jones industrials pulling back 48 points, and that is something we are watching, the ten year, watching closely as they creep higher putting a damper on equity, 2.7% yield. dennis: more in two years since the markets suffered a correction. the more concerned some investors become. despite this the next guest says investors should get invested and stay invested in equities. hank smith is chief investment officer who manages $6.5 billion in assets. welcome and thank you for sharing your insights with us bu
about it being used to launder money. dennis: apple looking to go 3d. is trying to buy the company trying to buy the 3d cameras in the 360 connect. lori: as we get the update every 15 minutes, nicole petallides. major milestones be at nicole: it sure is. record day on wall street. not only a record, but some key milestones. dow 16,000, s&p 1800, that is where the big deal comes in because the truth of the matter is this has been a record year on wall street. the dow on track for its 39th record close on the year. that being said, the vex has done a bit of a turnaround. on friday we saw it at three month lows, three and a half month lows, today up 4.25%. at these levels the are they bee more cautionary on wall street? that being said when you look at the s&p 500, there is resistance at the 1802 level. while 1800 sounds like a great level, the traders and analysts looking at 1802 as the resistance area. lori: thank you so much, nicole. dennis: a stock alert. we are watching of microsoft on a downgrade from comerica merrill lynch. cut in the stock to underperform on neutral citing cha
from singapore. hi, sixuan. >> thank you, ross. treading markets today with a negative lead from the u.s. the nikkei 225 eased 0.25% after the 7..7% gain last week. the dollar/yen weakening to trade below the 100 level. so that adding pressure to exporter stocks. meanwhile, australia fell for the second straight session down 0.6% at the rba keeps the door open for further cuts. china markets pulled back after yesterday's strong gains. the shack high composite pulled lower by 0.2%. china enterprises lent support to the hang seng indetective which ended on a flat note. seoul sales managed to end with a two-week high. automakers led the gains there. chinese banking shares came under some pressure, especially mid sized lenders. this on concern that financial reforms and interest rates liberalization. banks may face higher margin pressures. the media sector outperformed out records that beijing will make media and entertainment a pillar industry with support this year, encouraging more private enterprises to develop and expand in this industry. so a few thoughts limit up by about 10% today. s
itself. gerri: best buy trading deals. a hundred dollar give card if the trading used iphone and ipads. check that out. that is good news. and walmart has an ipad mini deal theory of $100 gift card with every purchase. >> this is the time to be a consumer. training consumers to expect it. kendis stuck with it. gerri: they are reaping what they so, but we expect sales to be lower than last year. eager to begin. they get their sales early, try to book it now rather than waiting. >> exactly. the other thing that they're hoping is they buy a gift,. gerri: i love that. less talk about the place station. that did not know this of us on the profits. someone like hot cakes. the retail price, 399 box. >> the story, in hopes of making a bomb the game. better this time around. there were taking a $200 bath. this time it's only about 18. an improvement. hoping that you're going -- hoping the you're going to die that council and make it back on the game. gerri: contrast this with the ipad there. the retail price, for 99. totally different story. how does apple maintain these margins. >> apple does
of the biggest chains have been open for hours. toys "r" us and, walmart and target opened hours ahead of the midnight start on black friday and macy's opening on thanksgiving evening for the first time in the 155 year history. the retailers want to makeup for the shorter span this year between thanksgiving and christmas and, walmart has protests with workers demanding higher pay and better working conditions and patricia is at roosevelt field in new york. sorry we do not have patricia now. we will tell you a little bit about black friday's history. thanksgiving thursday may have given black friday a run for its money this year. some of the nation's biggest chains started the holiday shopping season on thursday. kmart welcomed shoppers at 6:00 a.m., toys "r" us, target annual mart opened before the usual start on friday. retailers say they need to time because of the short span between thanksgiving and christmas and less time at the dinner table and more bargain hunting. >> i have never done this before and i think i'd rather let the employees have the night off but given that it's ope
old, u.s. citizen. apparently not related to the tsa. there were conflicting reports earlier. authorities say seven people in all were injured. six taken to local hospitals. ciancia's condition is not known but apparently he was shot by police. authorities at the airport say that the situation is static now. that operations in some parts of the airport will be back to normal but not necessarily in terminal 3, which includes allegiant, frontier, jetblue and virgin america. there have been ripple effects in traffic control system across the country as traffic was stopped, ground hold, for flights headed to los angeles and all the way across the country in new york. the port authority of new york and new jersey says it has stepped up patrols at three new york area airports just in case. but no direct result, they say, in terms of air traffic from the situation at l.a.x. back to you. >> scott, thank you. let's actually get more details on the impact it's had on the airport itself and the traffic on the ground there. jane wells on the ground there. jane? >> reporter: bill, things
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